If you have the rare "No-D" variety of the 1922 Lincoln cent, your coin could be worth hundreds or even thousands of dollars -- depending on its condition. However, there are 3 sets of dies used to stamp these, and only one set of these dies has that big value (die pair #2) -- the rest are only worth about 1/10th as much (or less). The die pair you want is the one that will show absolutely no trace of the "D" mintmark under the date (even when magnified), and will exhibit a strong strike on the reverse -- no mushiness at all. Refer to Ken Potter's analysis of these coins on his website : http://conecaonline.org/content/1922NoD1cDP2Diagnostiocs.htm There are also tons of these coins out there that are couonterfeit -- where the "D" has been removed. Careful examination with a strong magnifier will reveal these. If you do have the genuine rare variety, then in well-worn condition, it's worth $350-$500 -- in lightly worn condition it's worth $1,200-$2,500 -- in almost uncirculated condition it's worth almost $5,000 -- and a nice uncirculated one will be worth $6,500 to $22,000 or more.
The 1922 Canadian penny is worth about 50cents to 1.00
I took a while researching and I found that a 1922 D wheat penny Un-circulated is worth about 75 $. Circulated but in very good condition (as in looks to never have been touched) is worth about 18 $ Then depending on condition it can be worth anything from 2 to 17 $.
A wheat penny is worth about $1,000,000
It depends on the condition of the penny
There are no wheat pennies dated 1966.
It's just a penny spend it.
The value of a 1929 D wheat penny depends upon the condition that the penny is in. A 1929 D wheat penny that is not in good condition is worth about $4.00, a 1929 D penny in pristine mint condition is worth $446.
About 3 cents.
About 3 cents.